-¿Te doy amor?
- Dame…
- Es un amor sucio.
- Dámelo sucio.
- Quiero adivinar.
- Adivina.
- También quiero preguntar…
- Pregunta.
- Supongamos que llamo a la puerta…
- Te dejaré pasar.
- Supongamos que te llamo…
- Acudiré.
- ¿Y si te llevo a un problema?
- Al problema iré…
- ¿Y si te engaño?
- Te perdonaré.
- “¡Dame de beber!” Te ordenaré…
- Te daré de beber.
- Cierra la puerta a tus amigos…
- La cerraré.
- Te diré: ¡mata!
- Mataré.
- Te diré: ¡muere!
- Moriré.
- ¿Y si me estoy ahogando?
- Te salvaré.
- ¿Y si te causo dolor?
- Aguantaré.
- ¿Y si te encuentras un muro?
- Lo derribaré.
- ¿Y si hay un nudo?
- Lo desharé.
- ¿Y si hay cien nudos?
- Cien desharé.
- ¿Te doy amor?
- Amor.
- ¡No lo tendrás!
- ¡¿Por qué?!
- Porque no quiero esclavos.
—  Robert Rozhdestvenskiy


One of the last images shared by The Universe was a post by our sister page The Earth Story showing one of the classic Earthrise images photographed by the Apollo astronauts as they orbited the moon.

This one is brand new. This is Earthrise as seen by the incredible LROC instrument, the Camera on NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter spacecraft. 

This image was taken as part of a series taken by WAC, the Wide-Angle Camera portion of LROC, which takes wide-field, contextual images over the lunar surface. LRO experiences about a dozen Earthrises per day but typically this camera is pointed towards the lunar surface for scientific investigations. But on occasion, they will point it up, either for calibration or to image other nearby objects. The main crater seen on the moon in this photo is known as Rozhdestvenskiy crater and is 180 km in diameter.

The relative brightness of the two bodies is actually correct; this is how bright the Earth appears from the lunar surface. An animation of the recorded Earthrise photos is available at the link below.